Things you need to know this morning, November 6

To keep you updated with the latest news here and abroad, Yahoo Philippines is giving you a roundup of morning headlines. Here are things you need to know this Wednesday, November 6:

1. PH braces for typhoon ‘Yolanda’

PAGASA warned of a weather disturbance that could make a landfall in the Philippines as a strong typhoon later this week.

2. Oops! Jinggoy reacts to rumored U.S. arrest

Senator Jinggoy Estrada reacts to a story from a satire website claiming he got arrested in a U.S. airport.

3. Megan Young survives accident abroad

Miss World 2013 Megan Young landed on her feet and held on to her crown as a building collapsed around her, a report said.

4. Who Globalport traded with San Mig

Globalport traded Tuesday a towering rookie to reigning Governors Cup champion San Mig Coffee for the services of a rookie center.

5. Is masturbation a psychiatric disorder?

It is a topic often discussed in whispers simply because it is about sex. What makes it more taboo is that it’s having sex with yourself.

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